Southlake approves retail developments

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More retail establishments are headed to Southlake.

City Council approved several new developments that will bring additional shopping and restaurants to the city at an Oct. 15 city council meeting. They include:

Southlake Park Village

The Woodmont Company hopes to open Southlake Park Village in November 2014.

The 22-acre project features two styles of shopping on the corner of E. Southlake Boulevard and S. Carroll Avenue.

Stephen Coslik, Woodmont Company chairman and CEO, told the council a pedestrian-friendly shopping district will be developed near the intersection. The area will feature benches, water features and fire pits scattered among stores and restaurants.

“We think it’s important to create what we call the living room of Southlake on our development,” Coslik said in a previous interview.

The corner of the intersection will also be highlighted by a large fountain feature that will span more than 3,000 square feet.

Parking and larger retailers will surrounding the interior portion of the development.

Carroll Pointe

The City Council approved a shopping district at the corner of Carroll Avenue and Texas 114 Frontage.

The three building facility on 7.25 acres will house retail and restaurants.

Planning and Zoning denied the project in August, but changes were made and the Council unanimously approved the revised site plan.

“I am very impressed with the modifications, changes and the accommodations you made to what we suggested,” said Councilwoman Carolyn Morris.

Changes include a distinct exterior look to each building.

Developers said they hope to start the project in January.

Dustin L. Dangli, 817-390-7770 Twitter: @dustindangli

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